From the Sun-Sentinel.com
The intellectual sprawl of the Fair is such that any helpfully efficient list of must-sees will be incomplete. Unmentioned here, but no less loved, are NPR's Bob Edwards and Steve Inskeep, journalist Jim Lehrer, graphic novelist Dan Clowes, “Dexter” creator Jeff Lindsay, former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky and Florida poet Campbell McGrath, novelists Susan Orlean, Michael Ondaatje, Jeffrey Eugenides and Russell Banks, as well as filmmaker John Sayles, hip-hop essayist Nelson George, reggae queen Cedella Marley, humorist Andy Borowitz and former presidential candidate Sen. George McGovern.
Here are 10 authors, literary and otherwise, who we'll go out of our way to see between Nov. 11-20 at Miami Book Fair International 2011:
: "Composed: A Memoir" (Viking) speaks vividly about fame, musicianship and the complicated life of her father, Johnny Cash. As heard on NPR, Cash has poignant memories of connecting to her father late in his life, which she tells with eloquence and grace.
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